the Danes went crazy in december, when the car manufacturer Ford ran out of christmas hats. It happened because hobevis of the parents would make sure a red hue to their children, so they could be on the trend from the hugely popular advent calendar 'Tinka and Kongespillet'.
Here the player Viilbjørk Malling Agger in the role as the Falcons, and she is not just daughter of skuespillerparret Søren Malling and the Petrine Agger. She is actually also cousin to the 'X Factor'-the favourite Alma Agger.
- Viilbjørk is my cousin, laughing Alma Agger, en Ekstra Bladet captures her after Friday's live show, where she once more has gone on around the danger zone.
She was in the chamber last week, and cheer, and we're going to the international women's day-dinner, it will be wildly cozy, she continues.
Viilbjørk Malling Agger in the role as the Falcons. Photo: Per Arnesen/TV2
Alma Agger says that the two celebrity women through the years have developed a close bond, which she really appreciates.
- We are the game close. I don't have any siblings, but we have always had a non-week in the cottage every summer, when we were little how we played together. It is mega cozy, " she says, and adds.
- We are really close.
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- How was it then to see her tone up on the screen in the month of december?
- It was insanely fun. I could not help but to follow, and she was one of the 'head-elves'. A mega cool fairy smiles Alma Agger.
Viilbjørk have already tasted kendislivet. Through her role in the 'Tinka and Kongespillet' saw she a popularity of the population, and the experiences she has made, Alma Agger been able to enjoy, after she has become a part of the Denmark's most popular entertainment program.
- We have talked a little about what entries and no entries on Instagram. You should just be aware that there are a lot of people looking, and I have definitely taken to me. But when you come home to the family, and you will also just sometimes talk about something else, than what you are doing all the time, says Alma Agger and rounds of:
- I think she has pretty good understanding of.